One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘water slopped over the edge of the sink’
spill, flow, overflow, run, slosh, splash, splatter, spatter
‘at weekends he would slop about in his oldest clothes’
laze, laze about, laze around, lounge, lounge about, lounge around, do nothing, loll, loll about, loll around, loaf, loaf about, loaf around, slouch, slouch about, slouch around, vegetate
hang around, veg out
hang about, mooch about, mooch around, slummock around
bum around, bat about, bat around, lollygag
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